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  • Unilever  Kruidvat Procter & Gamble  Renault Nissan Albert Heijn (Royal Ahold) Pon (Volkswagen) Dienst Publieke Communicatie  Vodafone Staatsloterij  Royal KPN Source: Nielsen/GroupM
  • Unilever made a comparatively rare addition to its food portfolio - it has mostly been shrinking that division in recent years - with the acquisition of Sir Kensington's, a US company making upscale ketchup,
  • Reckitt Benckiser De Persgroep Unilever Medialaan Source: CIM MDB/GroupM Other Belgian Companies profiled in Adbrands AB InBev C&A Brenninkmeyer Belgium's leading advertising agencies include:
  • Both face strong competition from Hindustan Unilever, which markets Bru instant coffee, used for both hot and cold coffee. Nestle is the larger company by overall share, with around 52% from its two brands
  • Advertisers Unilever CMO Keith Weed - recently named as the World Federation of Advertisers' Global Marketer of the Year 2017 - threw down the gauntlet to the social media industry, warning that it
  • The outsiders are said to be Unilever's chief marketing officer Keith Weed and former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, now head of Verizon's Oath digital media division, which includes both AOL and Yahoo. Armstrong'
  • won back global communications planning duties for Unilever, which were shifted out to PHD five years ago. Mindshare already handled media buying in most markets, and the consolidation reduces some of
  • Coop Schweiz  Unilever Migros  Coca-Cola Procter & Gamble  Nestle Ferrero  Lidl Swisscom  Reckitt Benckiser Source: MediaFocus/GroupM Switzerland's "Best Brands" in 2015 Nescafe
  • The global market remained challenging for Unilever in 2Q. Underlying sales growth on a like-for-like basis, excluding the divested spreads business, was a sluggish 1.9% for the quarter. However, that
  • in the local operations of international companies Unilever and Total, as well as spirits company Distell. Combined revenues were around €2bn in 2016. Background In the late 1840s, Louis-Francois

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